True ambidextrous people are very rare. Most people are mix-handed to some degree, with most of us skewing far to the right.
Personally, I don’t know exactly what I am. I put “ambidexrous with right-handed tendency” because I think this kinda describes me. But I’m not sure. When I was in nursery school, I was apparently left-handed and the teachers switched me. I have clear memories of nursery school, but I don’t remember being “corrected” like this…so either I repressed the entire experience or my mother is exaggerating when she tells me the story.
Things I do know:
-My left hand is significantly larger than my right hand.
-My left arm is significantly longer than my right arm.
-Left arm and hand are significantly stronger than their right counterparts. I always do better when I arm-wrestle with my left than with my right.
-I’m left-eyed, left-eared, and have a tendency to put my body weight on my left leg (I’m not 100% sure if that’s my dominant leg or not. I think I’m ambi-legged).
-My fine motor skills are better on the right. I have a bizarre pencil grip, but that’s about it. Except for things requiring strength, I do just about most things with my right.
So there is something unusual about my laterality. But I think if I did the standard test for handedness (which hand to do you eat/brush your teeth with/write with/etc.), I’d score as a fairly strong right-handed person.